Tag: #PensionsGovernance

DC Master Trust League Table 2023 ~ H2

DC Master Trust League Table 2023 ~ H2 We are pleased to provide the latest update to the Go Pensions’ 2023 DC Master Trust league table for the second half of the year. Featuring key metrics from the ‘commercial’ master trusts, the latest update reflects the position at the mid-point of 2023. This table includes…
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“Great things never came from comfort zones”

Fear of moving pensions administration to another third party administrator (TPA) is enough to put anyone off carrying out a market review in the first place. This can happen even when there is evidence of poor service from an incumbent administrator.
Insight and tips on how to alleviate the pain of moving administrator.

DC Master Trust League Table 2023 ~ H1

DC Master Trust League Table 2023 We are excited to publish Go Pensions’ 2023 DC Master Trust league table. Featuring key metrics from the ‘commercial’ master trusts, reflecting the position at the beginning of 2023. This table includes the master trusts that are available, in principle, to all employers as a commercial proposition (industry specific…
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What does great pensions administration look like?

In pursuit of great pensions administration The question we get asked most often is unquestionably “are there any good Third Party Administrators (TPAs) out there?”, followed closely by “what does top quality pensions administration look like?” To which we can respond positively – “yes, great pensions administration is out there!” With the correct expertise it…
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Bigger is better! DC schemes under pressure to consolidate

With the Government set on consolidation, it looks like it is only a matter of time before requirements are strengthened even further. Particularly, if too many DC schemes are seen to pass the VFM test.

TPR guidance for DB Trustees with distressed sponsors

On 12th November, The Pensions Regulator issued guidance for Trustees of all Defined Benefit schemes aimed at highlighting how to spot signs of corporate distress. The guidance goes on to offer practical advice on the action Trustees should take to protect the pension scheme if the signs materialise. The full guidance is available here. In…
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